FoiglmanBook - 2003
"Yiddish carries the poetry of time; Hebrew is the language of place. Neither can understand the other. Shmuel Foiglman, a Yiddish poet and Holocaust survivor, leaves Paris for Tel Aviv. Seeking help in publishing his verse, he approaches Zvi Arbel, an Israeli professor of Jewish History whose work he admires. Unwittingly he sets in motion a series of events which lead to tragedy."
Publisher: New Milford, Conn. : Toby, 2003
Edition: 1st English language ed
Characteristics: 277 p. ; 23 cm